The Domestic CAT: Feline at its finest!

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Cats, Dogs, and Babies ...







Cute ... real cute! :)
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Adorable Masha ... Simply Adorable! :)
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oh my goodness...that is beyond sweet, it seems deliberate ("OK let me entertain my humans by being overly cute").
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Whoa.............

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ha ha! i've seen that picture before and it always makes me laugh. and i'm amazed the kitties are all relatively placid in this shot. mine would be climbing up anything (or anyone) climbable.
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CineMaven wrote:Whoa.............

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Who says you can't herd cats?** Is this a casting call for Rhubarb (1951), The Three Lives of Thomasina (1963), or That Darn Cat (1965)?

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Masha wrote:That is a wonderful photograph!

I can imagine with ease that one of the cats is saying: "I am sure you are wondering why I called you here."

I have seen this photograph or one much like it before. I believe I recall it being casting for a Roger Corman movie.

Your comments referring for a Roger Corman Movie ... tickled my funny bone! :lol: :
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Thank goodness for the Family Cat ... It was unbelievable and frightening too. Words can't adequately describe the dedication of that Family Cat did to that young toddler.
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Hi there. I just had to share this darling photograph. My friend took a picture of her cat, and her friend's son staring at each other. I truly wonder what one...makes of the other.

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CineMaven wrote:Hi there. I just had to share this darling photograph. My friend took a picture of her cat, and her friend's son staring at each other. I truly wonder what one...makes of the other.

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oh my goodness, SO cute!!!!
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